“As BC students, we have a million doors open to us. We’re told to pick one, any one, but it must be prestigious and, most of all, it must be fulfilling. What are we to do with that? Sometimes this opportunity feels more like a burden than a gift, and the weight on my shoulders becomes nearly too much to bear.”
Judd Apatow’s ‘Love’ returns for its second season on Netflix, bringing more laughs and thoughtful provocations.
The celestial music video for Lana Del Rey’s “Love” combines all of my favorite elements – love, the ’70s, and all things space related.
“Love is a commitment that lasts longer than being in love,” Dan Ponsetto said.
Stephen Pope, who has taught at Boston College for 28 years, focuses his theology classes on a different approach from the Aristotelian concepts of love.
The spirit of agape is to give your love away to someone, Dunn said.
“All it takes is skipping between radio stations for five minutes—four of which you’ll probably be listening to “Closer”—to notice that love is a major theme of life.”
“An insincere sense of politeness is as natural as air at BC. We all do it. I certainly do.”
Professor Kerry Cronin’s role extends outside the classroom into the love lives of her students.
Seeking to bring a more genuine, down to earth feel to matters of love and relationships, Judd Atapow’s ‘Love’ creates touching moments of sentimentality, despite its sometimes limited tonal range.